The Interpreter
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The Interpreter

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He found her, barely conscious, on a dark Utah mountain road--a woman with an affinity for obscure languages and seemingly no memory of her identity. But ex-agent Mason Keller was not about to fall for that--and despite his attraction to her, he had the children entrusted in his care to think of....

Children that "Jane" found irresistible--after all, they, like she, were lo...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Silhouette Books
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This book was okay,but did not have enough excitement to keep me from getting a bit bored. I did like the fact that Jane knew how to speak Tagalog with the Filipino children, as my hubby is half Filipino. But my main complaint is that Jane discovers a terrorist cell,is kidnapped,escapes,develops amnesia,is found by a former spy and his 2 kids,falls for them,remembers who she is and ends up rescued again,all in 3 days! And within this short a time,she will leave her native country and live on a f...more
Aditi Mitra
initially the book goes a l'll offbeat thus driving the interest of the reader away.. but as it goes on their's something that keep the reader holds on to the book... love blended with suspense, this book is something you can add on to your wishlist..
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